As a janitor or building superintendent, you are responsible for cleaning and maintaining commercial, industrial or educational institutions. Building superintendents usually only supervise janitors and make sure that they are doing a good job. They also make cleaning schedules and normally are in charge if something occurs. Janitors make minor repairs to plumbing, heating and electrical fixtures and they often paint, cut the grass and shovel snow in the winter. They are in charge of the cleanliness of buildings.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become a janitor or a building superintendent, some highschool is required. Most building superintendents were once janitors who have moved up to the higher position. Previous cleaning and maintaince experience is usually required by most employers.
$21,000 to $25,000